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Find out about the latest technology trends and challenges within the AML landscape

Published

2022

Wed

11

May

As technology changes and advances so does the game of money launderers. The role of emerging technology in financial crimes have the potential to make anti-money laundering (AML) and counter  terrorist financing measures (CFT) faster, cheaper and more effective.

The upcoming AML & Financial Crime Southern Africa Conference to be hosted on the 3 & 4 August Indaba Hotel Fourways, Johannesburg, will be touching on a few pertinent topics addressed by sponsoring companies such as Oracle- machine learning and AI; msg Rethink Compliance -leveraging the power of AI to transform compliance and LexisNexus SA - the importance of proper workflow solutions in preventing white collar crime.

A panel discussion also features on the conference programme and focuses on the topic - role of emerging technologies in combating financial crime in the digital age. The distinguished speaker panel consists of Nedbank’s very own Yash Nannoolal, joined by Priyanka Naidoo, ENSafrica; Mohammed Sangrodi, IQbusiness; Jodi Joseph, Adapt IT; Peter Reid, Mint Management Technologies and Charl Ueckermann, AVeS Cyber Security.

Managing Director at TCI, Ryno van Ellwee, said once again, “We are definitely levelling up this year, from our top-quality speaker panel to the new and updated cutting edge topics that will be covered.”

For information about the AML & Financial Crime Southern Africa Conference, visit www.tci-sa.co.za or email [email protected] .

 

 
Source: Trade Conferences International (TCI)
 
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